You probably do not have unlimited time to exercise. But if you have half an hour, you can work up a sweat – and enjoy a small piece of the 30th anniversary celebration of Men's Health in a crunch gym near you.
Men's Health was shot 30 in November and to celebrate, we teamed up with Crunch Gym for a special group workout. The electrical training called "30-in-30" will help you develop power, explosiveness and agility in an entertaining way that will unbalance you throughout the half-hour session.
It is available at selected crunch locations for crunch members. Visit the fitness center booking page to search for "30-in-30" sessions in your area.
Get 30 on your own
Can not you reach Crunch? You can use the format of the workout to build your own full body burners. You will be able to withstand 30 minutes of intensive interval training and push 30 different exercises into this window.
How do you fit in so many exercises? You make a 1-minute turn of each turn, work as hard as you can for 30 seconds and then rest for 30 seconds. When you're done, move on to the next exercise.
Crunch coaches build each "30-in-30" class independently on goal is to use a variety of moves. You should do the same thing if you use this format. Do not just charge biceps and power trains or 30 minutes of ladder exercises.
Instead, combine motility movements, strength movements, and plyometric exercises. Use exercises such as Burpees and Jumping Jacks to increase your heart rate, and then you can perform power moves such as lunges and shoulder presses to challenge your strength as you regenerate your breath. Not sure how to create a Crunch 30-in-30 workout? Watch the video above to see a selection of Favorites from Men's Health which easily fit into a 30-in-30 session.